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Windows 7: Ring 0 Host Intrusion Prevention Systems test

03 Nov 2010   #1
thathagat

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Ring 0 Host Intrusion Prevention Systems test

hmmmm..........an interesting test by Antimalware.ru
english translation:
Test HIPS to prevent penetration into the core of Microsoft Windows

the original link in russian

Quote:
Behavioral analysis technology and intrusion prevention at the level of host (Host Intrusion Prevention Systems - HIPS) are gaining popularity among producers of antivirus, firewall (firewalls), and other means of protection against malicious code. Their main goal - to identify and block malicious actions on the system and prevent its contamination.


According to the device operating system, if the program had access to work in the OS kernel (Eng. Kernel Level), operating in a "zero-ring processor» (Ring 0), then this program has unlimited privileges and can perform any action on the system. Accordingly, if such privileges gets malware, security software can not do anything. It follows therefore that the protective program needs to identify a threat even at the stage of penetration into the Ring 0. For this are the so-called HIPS (Host Intrusion Prevention Systems).



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